When you first face a legal problem, there is too much legal information out there that it just makes it harder to know where to start.
When you do a Google search, you hope that you’re searching a relevant term. You don’t know what language to use, that a lawyer might use to give you the information that you need.
But if you’ve made a search using the right terms, you’re still likely to get hundreds of thousands of results. Most of the things on the first page, aren’t necessarily going to be the most relevant either.
Many lawyer blogs actually write as if they’re writing for another lawyer. So even if you find something that is relevant for you, you can’t even interpret and decipher what they’re saying.
What do you need?
You need to know:
- where the most important places are to start,
- who are the most reliable sources of information,
- how do you even use the jargon and the language that lawyers use to find the relevant legal information
- does the relevant information even give you the next steps
So these are all some of the problems that women face when they start with a legal problem and they don’t know where to start. You’re not alone.
Legally Wise Women has developed some where to start kits. They have some basics about the law. They’ve also got the best other resources to start with. So you don’t have to be trolling through tens of thousands of results to find what you need about where to start.